The video shows Edgar backing up during a sparring session, but rather than hitting the cage wall, the New Jersey native tumbled outside and fell to the ground instead.Obviously, Edgar was physically OK after the incident, although his pride may have taken a ding based on his fall from the cage. It appears he suffered no injuries, with the training session continuing afterward — although he probably double checked to make sure that door was secured the next time around.“Thankfully there were rubber mats on the floor. Still got up and finished the session, we got fights to win!”Despite spending nearly eight hours in the UFC octagon throughout his successful career, Frankie Edgar is still susceptible to occasional errors.“Over 18 years in the game and I’m still making rookie mistakes,” Edgar wrote. “Forgot to lock the cage door when I was training Mark Grey and boom! I was expecting to feel the cage on my back but instead I felt the stairs dig into my back and the back of my head into the floor.The ex-UFC lightweight champion, who retired from professional fighting in November, shared a video on his Instagram on Monday. The clip depicted an incident that occurred during his training session with another fighter.
Reworded: Frankie Edgar falls out of the ring due to a mistake made by a beginner.